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Victoria Bernal

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Victoria Bernal
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bryon Mueller on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Anthro 2 at University of California - Irvine taught by Victoria Bernal in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see /class/201907/anthro-2-university-of-california-irvine in anthropology, evolution, sphr at University of California - Irvine.




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Date Created: 09/12/15
Terms 0 the social construction of identityiidentities are relational and contextual rather than an innate attribute or essence of the individual or group 0 rhetoric or myth of choiceiindividuals choose most aspects of their lives 0 cultural categoriesithe taken for granted categories used to perceive people things or activities as belonging to one grouptype or another 0 social categoriesicultural categories of people 0 markedunmarked categoriesian unmarked category is taken for granted and considered normal a marked category is seen as standing out or different 0 politics of every day lifeiway power relations are experienced in routine social life 0 stateicentralized government 0 social ordericulture prevents chaosanarchy and supports established practices and institutions rule of lawino one is above or outside the law equality under the lawithe same laws apply universally to every citizen 0 ideologiesiguiding principles values and beliefs 0 hegemonyiperspectives of the powerful permeate society appearing common sensical or normal 0 audit cultureisystem of management through frequent monitoring measuring and evaluating using quantitative measures 0 commodificationituming something into an object of market exchange 0 privatizationiopening up to private ownership resources or services that had been managed by government or communally shared 0 industrial capitalismifactorybased capitalism 0 postindustrial capitalismiserviceeconomybased capitalism 0 exible accumulationiprofiting by transnational divisions of laborcapital mobility 0 consumer capitalismibuying as a way of life and an expression of identity 0 uneven developmentivariation in economic conditions due to different patterns of investment 0 subsistence systemsieconomic activity geared for producers own use consumption rather than for the market 0 global assembly lineiorganization of a manufacturing process so that various parts of the product are produced in different countries 0 international division of laboridifferent populationsregions perform different roles in the global economy 0 neoliberalismiunregulated markets offer the optimal economic outcomes 0 symbolic capitalisomething that signifies wealth and privilege 0 social capitalirelationshipscultural knowledge translated into economic gains 0 homo economicusihuman behavior explained by rational calculations of benefits 0 privatization of scienceiincreasing role of control of science for pro t by corps 0 militarization of scienceiincreasing dependence of scientists on military funding


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